WEBINAR: COVID-19 – Government support for leisure
- Adam WalfordPartner - Howard Kennedy
- Chris SuttonHead of Leisure & Hospitality, Partner - MHA Macintyre Hudson
- Daniel AnningPartner - Gerald Eve
- Martin ChittyPartner - Gowling WLG
COVID-19: Government support for the leisure sector – your questions answered
Join us for The Leisure Property Forum’s first webinar – an essential 45 min online session on the various support initiatives that have been announced by the Government in light of the COVID-19 crisis, with detail on the legal, accounting, employment, tax and rating measures.
This webinar is free to members.
During this difficult period of lockdown and social distancing, The Leisure Property Forum has been looking at new ways to support and engage with our members. At this online member’s session on Tuesday, March 31st at 9am we will answer your questions, courtesy of our panel of experts. There is still uncertainty and some confusion around the Government’s initial measures with regard to businesses in the leisure sector. What are the longer term implications of these measures and has the Government missed any key areas that should be addressed?
We know our members will have their own opinions as well as questions on how they will affect you and your business – EMAIL YOUR QUESTION TO US
At this critical time for the sector, and indeed business as a whole, our experts bring the latest insight, clarity and knowledge from legal, tax, rating, employment and accountancy perspectives to our members.
The webinar will be held on Zoom which is free to users. You will be able to join our seminar here – zoom.us/join – once you have registered and received the event details.
Meet the panel:
Adam Walford, Partner at Howard Kennedy. He leads the Investment, Landlord and Tenant team and is head of the Retail & Leisure group. For our webinar he will answer your questions on relating to property law in the current situation.
Chris Sutton, Partner at accountants, MHA Macintyre Hudson, heads their Hospitality and Leisure team, and has a number of clients across the leisure sector, including hotels and restaurants.
Martin Chitty, Partner at Gowling WLG, is our employment law specialist, with extensive experience including workforce change programmes and redundancy
Daniel Anning, Partner and co-head of the Leisure department at surveying and rating specialists, Gerald Eve, has extensive experience in the urban leisure sector, with a particular focus on the cinema, exhibition, gambling and hospitality industries.
We would encourage you to participate both by submitting your questions beforehand and by joining the event next week.
Please submit your questions in advance by this Friday via the form below or via email – firstname.lastname@example.org
The LPF is committed to its mission during this crisis, and this virtual event is intended to meet our objectives to both inform and facilitate the sharing of vital information on your behalf.